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Iceland Moss

— Cetraria islandica. Family Parmeliaceae. Iceland Moss is applied to relieve inflammations and spasms, due to which reason it is used to relieve dyspepsia, vomiting, and gastritis. It can also be used for bronchitis and other respiratory conditions.

Indian Atees

— Aconitum hetrophyllum. Family Ranunculaceae. Plant’s primary use consists in its application as a remedy for recurrent fevers. It’s an effective remedy for digestive disorders, like stomachaches, diarrhea, indigestion, hemorrhoids. Additionally is applied for treating inflammations.

Indian Bedellium

— Commiphora africana, Balsamodendron mukul, Balsamodendron agollocha, Commiphora mukul. Family Burseraceae. The plant is known to treat digestive conditions, like flatulence, constipation, and diarrhea. It is also used for rheumatic conditions, tumors and ulcers. Additionally, it may be helpful in respiratory conditions, like bronchitis.

Indian Gooseberry

— Emblica officinalis. Family Euphorbiaceae. Indian Gooseberry is a highly nutritional herb used to improve the organism’s condition in total. It’s beneficial for one’s hair, teeth, and nails, increases the amount of red blood cells and contains a considerable quantity of Vitamin C. Used to treat the digestive system disorders, like constipation, diarrhea, stomach ulcers, colitis, and gastritis.

Indian Madder

— Rubia manjishta, Rubia secunda, Rubia cordifolia. Family Rubiaceae. Indian Madder is mostly used to regulate liver problems and relieve liver conditions, including gall stones. It may also be used for some urinary tract problems, like obstruction. Females may take the herb for regulating the menstrual cycle and relieving menstrual cramps.

Indian Nightshade

— Solanum indicum. Indian Nightshade is an Ayurvedic herb applied for increasing sexual desire and body tones, curing flatulence. It is additionally applied to resolve body fluids and treat diarrhea. Effective in killing bowel helminthes.

Indian Valerian

— Valeriana brunoniana, Valeriana leschenauitic, Valeriana wallichii. Indian Valerian is used as a nervous system stimulant. It is capable of fighting spasms, especially those induced by flatulence and menses, stimulate the digestive system, and fight mental problems like insomnia, hysteria, and so on.

Inula flower

— Inula japonica. Family Compositae. Inula flower is primarily applied to treat vomiting and hiccupping induced by spleen deficiency. Moreover, it is useful for excessive phlegm accumulation due to stomach and spleen deficiency.


— Cephaelis ipecacuanha. Family Rubiaceae. The herb is primarily applied to induce expectoration, thus soothing coughs and respiratory conditions. Additionally, it may be used to relieve poisoning, due to its emetic capacity.

Irish Moss

— Chondrus crispus. Family Rhodophyta. Irish Moss is primarily applied to help the organism recover after a severe respiratory disease, like pneumonia or tuberculosis. It is used for coughs, bronchitis, and other less serious conditions. Additionally, Irish Moss is considered potent of treating digestive conditions, like gastritis or stomach ulcers.


— Isatidis tinctoria. Family Cruciferae. Being a highly potent remedy, Isatis is widely applied for treating viral and bacterial infections, even of epidemic characters. It can reduce fevers, and is generally valued for subduing microorganisms.